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Letters to the Editor -- March 22, 2001


Semiahmoo museum to open

About two miles southwest of the city of Blaine, remnants of a significant era of the town’s heritage are gathering dust, hidden from public view....

Poetry Night II

Following the success of itsfirst venture into public elocution, the Blaine community theater has planned a second Poetry Night at the Blackberry House...

Learn something new!

Stafholt Good Samaritan Center will be offering its nursing assistant training program beginning March 27. The class prepares students to take the state...

Torture, escape, laughs

Blaine middle school drama students will present Tim Kelley’s “Help! I’m Trapped in High School,” this weekend, treating audiences ...


Home care is a family affair


Jonathan Gibson has been named to the dean’s list at Seattle Pacific University for the autumn 2000 quarter. To achieve the honor Gibson maintained...

Come talk to me, counselor says

“Wouldn’t it be nice if you could go through life without having to fight with each other to get what you want and without having to struggle...

Insurance options for kids

More than a year after its inception, Washington state’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), along with other medical assistance programs...

Woman robbed of memories

by Meg Olson

Deadline for development dollars

The deadline for U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Business Opportunity Grants is fast approaching. Applicants have until March 12 to ...

Science and art workshops at Western

Space is still available for students in grades 3 – 8 to experience a different type of learning through day-long Adventures in Science and Art workshops...

Land trust offers nature tours

Each month for the next six months, excluding July, Whatcom Land Trust will sponsor a tour of property conserved by the land trust, visiting public parks...

Jorgensen to teach local fishing secrets

Jim Jorgensen has a fish story or two he’d like to share with local sport fishers.

Hear ye!

A bit of jolly old England is headed to downtown Blaine this summer, complete with jesters, jousters and general jocularity.

Regulating the signs of the times

In a continuing effort to draw up a workable sign ordinance, the city’s land use committee had the first of at least two workshops last week to seek...

Discovery Days threatened by chamber disarray

A shake-up of the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce board of directors may lead to a quiet summer around the bay. The seven-member board has lost four of its...

Power crunch may mean cutting projects

Faced with a substantial jump in the cost of wholesale power as early as July, Blaine city council is considering its options to keep the city’s electric...


Police Report -- March 22, 2001


Sports -- March 22, 2001


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